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Bread pudding with raisins

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Bread pudding with raisins

In times when everything is getting more expensive, we don’t like to waste anything, then this bread pudding is a perfect dessert. So if you have some old bread lying around, you can use it perfectly as an ingredient for this bread pudding with raisins.
For the coffee lovers, you can also use coffee with milk.

As you will see, in this dessert you can mix or put in, whatever you like: sweet fruit like apple or bananas, dried fruit, nuts, and why not chocolate chips?

Let your inspiration run wild and everytime you make this, you will have a different kind of breadpudding.

For this bread pudding with raisins you need


  • 250 gr white old bread (8.8 oz)
  • 200 g raisins (7 oz)
  • 1 apple or dried apricots
  • 3 slices gingerbread
  • 3 eggs
  • 0.5L milk (17 us fl oz)
  • 120 gr brown sugar (4.2 oz)
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla pudding powder
  • half teaspoon Cinnamon

How do you make this breadpudding?

Break the old bread into pieces. Put it in a bowl, together with the raisins, the gingerbread, and if you like it also dried apricots or nuts.

Some small chips ,of chocolate can be put in it as well, if you are a chocolate addict 😉

Sprinkle with the sugar, cinnamon, and pudding powder.
Pour over milk (or coffee with milk) and leave to soak for fifteen minutes.
Beat the eggs and pour into the bowl.

Knead the mixture into a smooth mash. Grease the baking mould approx 20 cm (7.8 in) with butter and put in the mixture.
Put the baking mould au bain marie and slide it into the oven at 190°C. Bake for 45 to 55 min.

You can put a glaze on it, when it is cold, but some powdered sugar will also do.



You might now bread pudding with raisins, but did you know where this recipe came from?

Bread pudding (also called bodding) is a Belgian and Dutch delicacy, made from bread scraps, raisins, eggs and sugar, whose origins can probably be traced back to the Middle Ages.

Bread pudding is made by soaking (old) bread and other bakery products (bread pudding in bakeries often includes coffee cakes) in milk. When the bread is soaked, other flavorings can be added. Popular additions are cinnamon, sugar, (dried) fruit, cocoa, vanilla and pudding powder.

The pudding is baked in a hot oven (+/- 180°C) and is often glazed afterwards.


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